Discriminal

Related to Discriminal: discriminant, discriminate, discrimination

Dis`crim´i`nal


a.1.In palmistry, applied to the line which marks the separation between the hand and the arm.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Characters supporting the monophyly of Coleoptera excluding Archostemata include the absence of the mesothoracic discriminal line and katepisternal joint (and other transformations of the thoracic sclerites), internalized or absent metathoracic trochantin, and the presence of a bending zone in the hindwing.
De este planteamiento del MON2P se deduce que la capacidad discriminativa de un item esta inversamente relacionada con la magnitud de la dispersion discriminal o variacion en su posicion percibida (Torgerson, 1958).
A mayor ambiguedad, mayor dispersion discriminal se espera que tenga la posicion del item y, por tanto, menor capacidad discriminativa.
Replicated discrimination tests using a beta-binomial framework are then examined, followed by a discussion of sensory measurement using Thurstonian discriminal distance d'.
El predicado de una CS no va a ser una excepcion y la interaccion de la red tematica y la perfectividad es, a mi entender, la encargada de legitimar o discriminal la coaparicion de un predicado matriz y ciertos predicados en la CS correspondiente.
The discriminal function was developed by randomly splitting the sample in half and using the other half for cross validation purposes.
Given a random error process, such as a random discriminal dispersion that describes intrapersonal responses or random interpersonal variation in response, various stochastic methods can be used to estimate preference order and monetary bids.